features/built-in-matchers/predicate-matchers.feature Squashed commit of the following: commit 521a6f0 Author: David Chelimsky <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sat Apr 9 16:37:47 2011 -0500 Revert "Confirmed the doc format outputs the right values" This reverts commit 00f014d. commit f218740 Author: David Chelimsky <email@example.com> Date: Sat Apr 9 16:37:37 2011 -0500 Revert "Tweaks to has.feature - Closes #68" This reverts commit 933be5b. commit d8361f6 Author: David Chelimsky <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sat Apr 9 16:37:12 2011 -0500 Revert "Add has.feature to Relish .nav" This reverts commit 5ca17e7.
…ize. Thanks to @justinko for the suggestion.
Due to a bug in ruby 1.9, RSpec::Matchers must be included in the superclass (MiniTest::Unit::TestCase) before it is included in a subclass (Test::Unit::TestCase) or we may get infinite recursion and a SystemStackError from our `super` call in our method_missing hook. See this gist for more info about the ruby 1.9 bug: https://gist.github.com/845896 Closes #67.
This fixes a bug in which expecting the contents of an array or hash to change due to some action would fail (false negative) because the before and after values were actually the same object. - Closes #41
- Closes #62.
…chers in an example group." This reverts commit 80e5300. This hack didn't work as well as I thought it would, and I have fixed the underlying issue in rspec-core by including RSpec::Matchers before the first example group is created.
… an example group. Closes #63.
- Closes #61.